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For more than two decades, Peggy Cardona lived with seizures, sometimes nearly a dozen each month.
Could a 'Brain Pacemaker' Stop Epileptic Seizures?
"They often only have seizures a small percentage of their lifetime, but they must take medication daily, because of the apparent random nature of seizures.
The contestant or group that can identify the earliest EEG changes leading to seizures with the fewest false alarms wins.
The result is a more accurate identification of the active seizure area(s) in a patients brain.
For about two-thirds of people with epilepsy, seizures are effectively controlled with the first or second anti-seizure drug they try.
"Chris was having multiple seizures a week," says Dr.
Watch: 3 reminders that can help prevent epileptic seizures .
That could provoke seizures.
The device is indicated for use as an adjunctive therapy in reducing the frequency and severity of seizures in people 18 years of age or older with partial onset seizures who have undergone diagnostic testing that lo...
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